From building electric vehicles—and training to do so—to considering traffic and its implication on drivers and vehicle size—there are plenty of considerations for people and their utilization of technology in the industry.
A look at several things that are going on in the German auto industry—from new vehicles to stamping to building electric vehicles.
Several industry-related items that you’ve not likely to have seen anywhere else. (At least not all together.)
From Genesis to Lamborghini, from Bosch to Acura: new automotive developments.
Companies developing a range of self-driving capabilities
Teaming up on electrification
Adding an exclamation point to its 17,000-person cross-domain computing division
An alternative to full electrical redundancy
Current infotainment systems leave a lot to be desired. What needs to change?
Partnership with PayByCar facilitates buying gas
A big vehicular differentiator isn’t going to be what’s under the hood, according to this Continental exec. It is the experience that matters
UC San Diego researchers develop a radar-based system that could mean a more cost-effective approach to automated driving
Lincoln continues to focus on its SUV lineup (Aviator, Corsair, Navigator, Nautilus) with a subtle but significant change to the interior of the Nautilus
There is some serious development of this critical technology going on in China
Yes, it can manage the hills and dales and rocks and rills. And it simply looks great.
Electric power steering enables more driver-assist features for big trucks
ADAS applications targeted for 2024
Everything you want to know at your touchscreen fingertips, while saving tons of paper
The Volkswagen sedan that people don’t seem to know about—but ought to
Protecting cars against hackers takes a comprehensive, multi-layered strategy
Forward, fold, flip—Magna seating engineers just keep making it easier to get in and out of vehicles
Farah Alibay is a mobility engineer—who works on extraterrestrial vehicles
According to Latouf, safety is “foundational” at Hyundai. He should know. He’s Hyundai Motor North America’s chief safety officer
Yes, there is a Polestar 1. But it is a hybrid, not an electric vehicle (EV). The Polestar 2 is the company’s first EV—the first of what promises to be many